I dunno, given this country's history with incredibly out of place buildings I don't think it's a legitimate argument to discount a building simply because it would apparently destroy a skyline. It's hard to think of a single US city that doesn't have an incredibly beloved, yet once out of place, tall building; JHC and Sears in Chicago, ESB here in NY, JHB in Boston, Transamerica in SF, Williamsburg Bank in Brooklyn, etc etc etc.
I mean, I dunno, Foster's towers might've been horrible at street level, I've never really seen detailed plans, models or renderings of the rest of the site but I wouldn't lay on it for dominating everything.
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